About Scarpa Instinct Climbing Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Scarpa Instinct climbing shoes are sensitive, yet supportive lace-ups that provide outstanding edging performance at a great value. The Vibram® XS Edge outsole can handle everything from all-day trad climbs to technical sport routes.
Specs about Scarpa Instinct Climbing Shoes (For Men)
- Recommended use: Bouldering,Sport climbing
- Last: Slip
- Shape of last: Downturn
- Asymmetrical curvature: Low
- Lacing system: Standard
- Upper: Microsuede
- Midsole: Flexan® rubber
- Outsole: Vibram® XS Edge
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 6 oz.
- Made in Italy
- Visit our Climbing Gear Guide
- Climbing activities are inherently dangerous; we recommend getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use -- for any refund, climbing gear must be returned in its original packaging/coil, and have original hangtags and plastic wrapper
- Leather shoes will stretch out 1/2 to 1 full size after use; synthetic shoes will stretch little to none at all
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sam from San Francisco on Monday, November 28, 2016A fairly aggressive shoe when sized down. It is not particularly sensitive. The forefoot rubber is quite thick and rigid. But it performs quite well for sport routes. Feels like a mix between the testarrossa and anasazi lace. My street shoe is 12. I wear 41.5 in muiras (rather tight) and I went with 42 in these. They were initially quite painful but stretched well in a warm shower.
Reviewed by Jack C. from Depends on the season on Tuesday, November 15, 2016Full disclaimer: I haven't tried them out on rock yet. The sole (hah, shoe pun) purpose of this "review" is a comment on sizing: I wear an 11 or 11.5 street shoe usually and a 12 (46) mountain boot. I purchased the size 10 (43) for the Scarpa instinct lace and, while they do still vacuum on when I slip into them, I could comfortably (that's a relative term regarding climbing shoes, mind you) have gone smaller for a more performance fit. Either way they'll work out for harder trad face climbing but I can expect I'd want them smaller for really technical sport climbing and bouldering, neither of which I do much of anyways. Hope that helps you purchase the right size.
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